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Module 10 B2

Aviation legislation
1. The 1944 Convention on International Civil Aviation was signed in
Chicago by
* a) 52 countries (member States)
b) 25 countries (member States)
c) 27 countries (member States)
d) 190 countries (member States)
2. ICAO Headquarters located
* a) in Montreal
b) in Paris
c) in Cairo
d) in Bangkok
3. ICAO member state currently consist of
* a) 190 states
b) 185 states
c) 52 states
d) 26 states
4. which of the following is not in ICAO Annexes
a) Standards
b) Recommended practices
c) Forewords
* d) Notification
5. full implementation of the which of the following is mandatory for
contracting state
a) Standards
b) Recommended practices
* c) Chicago convention
d) Guidance material
6. Contracting States required to notify the ICAO of any differences
between their National regulations and practices and
* a) Standards
b) Recommended practices
c) Chicago convention
d) Guidance material
7. ICAO consist of :
a) Assembly , regional office , secretary
b) Assembly , council, regional office
* c) Assembly , council, secretary
d) council, secretary, regional offices

8. ICAO Assembly composed of:


* a) Representatives from all contracting States
b) 33 elected contracting states
c) representatives from all regional offices
d) council, secretary, regional office
9. which of the following is not correct.
a) The Assembly normally meets every 3 years
b) The Assembly votes a triennial budget
c) sets the work program for the next triennium
* d) The Assembly elected the Council President
10. Standards and Recommended Practices established by the
* a) Council
b) Secretary
c) Regional offices
d) Assembly
11. The Secretariat, headed by a Secretary General and divided into:
* a) five bureaus
b) Air Navigation, Air Transport, , and Administration and
Services
c) 7 bureaus
d) five Regional offices
12. The Secretary General of the Organization is appointed by the:
a) Assembly of ICAO for a three-year term
* b) Council of ICAO for a three-year term
c) Assembly of ICAO for a one-year term
d) Regional offices of ICAO for a three-year term
13. The Middle East (MID) Regional offices located at
a) Paris
b) Bangkok
c) Tehran
* d) Cairo
14. Over the years, the ICAO has developed and adopted
a) 26 technical Annexes to the Convention.
b) 19 technical Annexes to the Convention
* c) 18 technical Annexes to the Convention
d) 190 technical Annexes to the Convention

15. The ICAO annex 1 is


* a) Personnel Licensing. Licensing of flight crews, air traffic
controllers and aircraft maintenance personnel.
b) Rules of the Air. Rules relating to the conduct of visual and
instrument flights
c) Units of Measurement to be Used in Air and Ground
Operations.
d) All of the above
16. The ICAO annex 8 is
a) Operation of Aircraft.
b) Aeronautical Charts.
* c) Airworthiness of Aircraft.
d) Search and Rescue.
17. Non-binding material that helps to illustrate the meaning of an
Implementing rule or a certification specification is
a) AMC
* b) GM
c) Airworthiness codes
d) Annexes
18. Who can issue AMC ?
a) ICAO
b) EASA
c) National Aviation Authority
* d) b & c
19. Implementing rule Maintenance are applicable for aircraft,
including any component for installation thereto, which are:
* a) registered in a Member State
b) registered in a third country
c) registered in IR. Iran
d) used by an operator for which IR. Iran ensures oversight
of operations
20. EASA Basic Regulation contain :
a) 80 articles
b) 60 articles
c) 65 articles
* d) 70 articles
21. Component means :
a) any part or appliance
b) any engine, part or appliance
c) any engine, propeller
* d) any engine, propeller, part or appliance

22. continuing airworthiness means all of the processes ensuring that,


at any time in its operating life,
a) the aircraft complies with the airworthiness requirements in
force
b) Licensing and certification obligations
c) the aircraft is in a condition for safe operation
* d) a &c
23. Which of following regulation approved by the European Parliament?
* a) basic regulation (216/2008)
b) Implementing Rule Maintenance (2042/2003)
c) Implementing Rule Certification (1702/2003)
d) Part 145
24. Documents to be carried on a specific aircraft for a specific purpose
is given in
a) Part- 145
b) Part-M
c) Part-21
* d) EU-OPS
25. Safe operation of the aircraft is the responsibility of the
a) part M organization.
b) owner
* c) operator
d) certifying staff
26. A Part 145 organization based outside the EU, the competent
authority is.
a) the CAA.
b) the NAA of the country it is located in.
* c) the EASA.
d) The EASA or CAA
27. Annex II of the Implementing Rule Maintenance is
a) Part 145
* b) Part M
c) Part 66
d) Part 147
28. The personnel responsible for the release of an aircraft or a
component after Maintenance refer to as:
a) Nominated personnel
* b) certifying staff
c) category B1 staff
d) all staff

29. According to article 4 of Implementing Rule Maintenance (2042/2003)


which organization (s) shall be approved according to EASA Part 145
a) large organization
b) organization involved in the maintenance of large aircraft
c) organization involved in the maintenance of aircraft used for
commercial
air transport
* d) b and c are correct
30. where would you normally train for licenses?
*a) At CAO.IRI Part-147 approved organization
b) At CAO.IRI Part-145 approved organization
c) At university
d) At a technical training school
31. Requirement for a license issue are found in
a) CAO.IRI Part-147
b) EASA Part-145
* c) CAO.IRI Part-66
d) Part-OPS
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39. Category B2 means


a) Line maintenance certifying mechanic
b) Maintenance certifying technician - mechanical
* c) Maintenance certifying technician - avionic
d) Base maintenance certifying engineer
40. Categories B1 are subdivided into subcategories, B1.3 means:
a) Aeroplanes Turbine
b) Aeroplanes Piston
* c) Helicopters Turbine
d) Helicopters Piston
41. An applicant for an aircraft maintenance license or amendment to
such license shallcomplete
* a) CAO.IRI Form 19
b) CAO.IRI Form 2
c) CAO.IRI Form 12
d) CAO.IRI Form 52
42. A category A Aircraft Maintenance License permits the holder to issue
Certificates of Release to Service following
a) Minor scheduled line maintenance
b) Base maintenance
c) Simple defect rectification
* d) a & c are correct

43. Which Category shall automatically include the appropriate A


subcategory?
a) B2
b) A
* c) B1
d) C
44. The holder of an aircraft maintenance license may not exercise
certification privileges unless
a) in the preceding 3 year period he/she has, either had six months of
maintenance experience
b) in the preceding two-year period he/she has, either had 12 months of
maintenance experience
c) in the preceding 3 year period he/she has, either had 12 months of
maintenance experience
* d) in the preceding two-year period he/she has, either had six months
of maintenance experience
45. The holder of an aircraft maintenance license shall be
* a) able to read, write and communicate to an understandable level in
The language(s) in which the technical documentation and
procedures necessary to support the issue of the Certificate of
Release to Service are written.
b) able to read, write and communicate to an understandable level in the
English language
c) able to read, write and communicate to an understandable level in the
Persian language
d) all of the above
46. Appendix I to CAO.IRI part 66 (Basic knowledge requirements) contain:
a) 17 modules
* b) 18 modules
c) 10 modules
d) 20 modules
47. Experience requirements for category A and subcategories B1.2 and
B1.4 are
a) 2 year of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft
and completion of a Part-147 approved basic training course.
b) one year of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft and
completion of a Part-147 approved basic training course.
c) three years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft, if
the applicant has no previous relevant technical training;
* d) b & c are correct

48. Experience requirements for category B2 are


a) 3 year of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft and
completion of a Part-147 approved basic training course.
b) one year of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft
and completion of a Part-147 approved basic training course.
c) three years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft,
if the applicant has no previous relevant technical training;
* d) three years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft
and completion of training considered relevant by the CAO.IRI as a
skilled worker, in a technical trade; or
49. The aircraft maintenance license is valid for
a) 1 years
b) 2 years
c) 5 years
* d) 3 years
50. A aircraft task training shall be carried out for
a) Category B1
b) Category B2
c) Subcategory B1.3
* d) Category A
51. Manufacturer group ratings may be granted after complying with the
type rating requirements of
a) two aircraft types representative of the group from the same
manufacturer
b) three aircraft types representative of the group from different
manufacturers
* c) three aircraft types representative of the group from the same
manufacturer
d) two aircraft types representative of the group from different
manufacturers
52. An applicant for an aircraft maintenance equivalent license shall
a) be at least 18 years of age
b) has valid aircraft maintenance license issued by the ICAO
Contracting States according to annex 1 to the ICAO Chicago
convention.
c) has special class "A" medical approval
* d) all the above

53. An aircraft maintenance experience gained outside a civil aircraft


Maintenance environment :
a) shall not be accepted
b) shall not require additional experience of civil aircraft maintenance
* c) shall be accepted when such maintenance is equivalent to that
required by this Part
d) Shall be accepted when such maintenance is more than that
required by this Part.
54. To what does a B1 3 License apply to?
* a) Helicopter with turbines, their engines, airframes and electrics.
b) Light aircraft with piston engines.
c) Helicopters with piston engines, their engines, airframes and
electrics.
d) All of the above
55. What can an A1 licensed engineer sign for?
a) Minor Scheduled Line Maintenance tasks on turbine engine
helicopters.
* b) Minor Scheduled Line Maintenance tasks on turbine engine
aircraft.
c) Minor Scheduled Line Maintenance tasks on piston engine
aircraft.
d) None of the above.
56. Where would you find the requirements and the syllabus for a maintenance
license?.
a) Part 147.
b) Part 145.
* c) Part 66.
d) Part-21
57. The term 'Extension' of a Part 66 licence means.
a) to extend its validity for a further period of time.
b) to add an additional basic category.
* c) to add a type approval.
d) to extend all of the above
58. A B2 License applies to.
a) line maintenance on airframe structure and powerplants.
* b) line maintenance on electrical systems and avionics.
c) line maintenance on airframe structure.
d) Base maintenance on airframe structure.
59. The personnel responsible for the release of an aircraft or a component after
Maintenance refer to as:
a) Nominated personnel
* b) certifying staff
c) category B1 staff
d) all staff

60. Class rating A3 in Approval schedule means


* a) Helicopter
b) Aero plane More than 5700 Kg
c) Component
d) Engine (Turbine)
61. How many people sign a CRS after scheduled maintenance?.
* a) One.
b) One in each category.
c) Two.
d) Three
62. The independent audit part of a QA department of a large Part 145
company.
* a) must be part of the company.
b) can be combined with the planning department.
c) can be contracted out to another company.
d) can be carried out by contracted personnel

63. Maintenance documentation held by a Part 145 company is kept for.


a) 2 years after they were raised.
b) 5 years after they have expired.
* c) 2 years after the aircraft has been returned to the operator.
d) 10 years
64. NDT rating (D1) is only necessary for a Part-145 approved maintenance
organization that:
* a) carry out NDT as particular task for another organization
b) carry out NDT as particular task for the organization
c) carry out NDT as particular task according to EN 4179
d) a and c are correct
65. Which of the following is correct?
a) For base maintenance of aircraft, aircraft hangars are both available
and large enough to accommodate aircraft on planned base
maintenance
b) Office accommodation for the management and certifying staff is
provided
c) For component maintenance, component workshops are large
enough to accommodate the components on planned maintenance
* d) All of the above

66. Personnel requirements for Part 145 maintenance organization Approval


consist of:
* a) nominated person, accountable personnel, staff, quality system
monitoring responsible person.
b) nominated person, accountable manager, certifying staff, quality
system monitoring responsible person.
c) nominated person, accountable manager, B1 &B2 certifying staff,
quality system monitoring responsible person.
d) nominated person, accountable personnel, certifying staff, quality
assurance manager.
67. For which of the following case the organization shall have category C
aircraft Maintenance license
a) Line Maintenance of large aircraft
b) Maintenance of small aircraft
c) Maintenance of large aircraft
* d) Base Maintenance of large aircraft
68. What is the responsibility of the B1 and B2 support staff at Base
maintenance of Large aircraft
a) shall ensure that all relevant tasks or inspections have been carried
out to the required standard before issues the certificate of release
to service
b) issues the certificate of release to service
* c) shall ensure that all relevant tasks or inspections have been carried
out to the required standard before the category C certifying staff
issues the certificate of release to service
d) all of the above
69. use of alternative tooling or equipment shall:
a) agreed by the CAO.IRI
b) Have procedures specified in the exposition.
c) Approved by CAO.IRI
* d) a & b are correct
70. Components which have reached their certified life limit or contain a
non-repairable Defect shall be classified as :
a) unserviceable component
b) serviceable component
* c) unsalvageable component
d) salvageable component
71. The organization may only modify maintenance instructions
a) i.a.w a procedure specified in the MOE.
b) the organization shall demonstrate that they result in equivalent
or improved maintenance standards
c) shall inform the type-certificate holder of such changes
* d) all of the above

72. The maintenance procedures under 145.A.65 apply to


a) 145.A.15 to 145.A.95
b) 145.A.25 to 145.A.95
* c) 145.A.25 to 145.A.75
d) 145.A.5 to 145.A.95
73. The organization shall notify the CAO.IRI of any proposal to carry out
which of the following changes before such changes take place?
a) the name of the organization;
b) the main location of the organization;
c) additional locations of the organization;
* d) all of the above
74. Upon surrender or revocation, the approval shall be
* a) returned to the CAO.IRI
b) returned to the operator
c) returned to the maintenance organization
d) all of the above
75. A level 1 finding is any significant non-compliance with Part-145
requirements which
a) could lower the safety standard and possibly hazard the flight safety
* b) lower the safety standard and hazard the flight safety
c) could lower the safety standard and hazard the flight safety
d) lower the safety standard and possibly the flight safety
76. After receipt of notification of findings according to 145.B.50, the holder
of the Maintenance organization approval shall :
a) Define a corrective action plan
b) Demonstrate corrective action to the satisfaction of the CAO.IRI within
a period agreed with this authority.
* c) a and b are correct
d) none of the above
77. Certificate of authorization
* a) Issue by the maintenance organization
b) Issue by the competent person
c) Issue by the CAO.IRI
d) Issue for the release of the aircraft to service
78. Authorized person means :
a) Category C certifying staff
b) Certifying staff
* c) The officials of the CAO.IRI
d) Accountable manager

79. Certifying staff and category B1and B2 support staff in any consecutive
two years Period shall have
a) At least 4 months of actual relevant maintenance experience
b) At least 12 months of actual relevant maintenance experience
* c) At least 6 months of actual relevant maintenance experience
d) At least 8 months of actual relevant maintenance experience
80. The organization shall ensure that all certifying staff and category B1
and B2 support Staff receive sufficient continuation training in each:
a) 3 years period
* b) 2 years period
c) 1 year period
d) Six months period
81. Who is responsible on behalf of the organization for issuing
Certification authorizations to certifying staff?
a) Nominated person (s)
* b) The person responsible for quality system
c) The person responsible for issuing the CRS
d) The person responsible for man-hour plane
82. A Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) shall be issued
a) by the nominated person (s)
* b) before flight at the completion of any maintenance
c) during flight at the completion of any maintenance
d) during flight by the category C certifying staff
83. The organization shall report any condition of the aircraft or component
identified by The organization that has resulted or may result in an unsafe
condition that hazards seriously the flight safety to the
* a) state of registry , operators and organization responsible for the
design of aircraft or component
b) CAO.IRI, state of registry , operators and organization responsible
for the design of aircraft or component
c) organization responsible for the manufacturing of aircraft or
component CAO.IRI, operators and organization responsible for the
design of aircraft or component
d) CAO.IRI and state of registry
84. . the independent audit part of the quality system may be contracted to
Another organization approved under this Part or a person with
appropriate technical knowledge
a) In case of large aircraft
b) In case of small aircraft
* c) In case of small organization
d) In case of large organization

85. Capability list


a) Is not Part of MOE
b) Shall review periodically by the CAO.IRI
* c) Contain organization scope of work
d) Contain certifying staff capability
86. The organization shall establish a quality system that includes a quality
feedback Reporting system
a) to the nominated persons.
b) ultimately to the accountable manager.
c) to the CAO.IRI
* d) a and b are correct
87. if at a major check, there is too much documentation to go into the
log book:
* a) The documentation is stored elsewhere and logbook is cross
referred to it.
b) A new log book is raised.
c) A CRS is raised to cover the documentation, and the documentation
is then discarded.
d) An ARC is raised to cover the documentation, and the documentation
is then discarded.
88. A Category 3 landing is.
* a) a decision height of 30 M (100ft) or less.
b) a decision height of 60 M (200ft) or more.
c) a decision height of 60 M (200ft) or less.
d) a decision height of 100 M (330ft) or less.
89. An instrument landing system requires.
* a) both airborne equipment and airport ground equipment.
b) airport ground equipment only.
c) airborne equipment only.
d) None of the above
90. The minimum equipment list is found in the.
a) Flight manual.
b) Maintenance manual.
c) Maintenance schedule.
91. The minimum number of battery powered megaphones required for
an aircraft capable of carrying more than 199 passengers is.
* a) 3.
b) 5.
c) 7.
92. Life jackets not equipped with a whistle are.
a) acceptable for one passenger of a pair.
b) not acceptable.
* c) acceptable for children under 3 years old.

93. Mandatory markings for flight instruments, or placards are annotated in the.
a) Aircraft Maintenance Schedule.
* b) Flight manual or Certificate of Airworthiness.
c) Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
94. a type certificate is issued
* a) before C of A .
b) after C of A .
c) after CRS.
d) after production certificate.
95. The details of design of a particular aircraft can be found where?.
a) The Maintenance Manual.
* b) The Declaration of Design and Performance.
c) EASA Certification Specification 25.
d) CAO.IRI Part-21
96. The validity of an EASA permit to fly is.
a) 12 months
* b) 7 day
c) 3 months
d) as stated on the certificate but not exceeding 14 days
97. A Major Modification.
a) will always require air testing after embodiment.
* b) is approved by an A.A.N.
c) must be certified in the Modification Record Book.
98. An Air Operators Certificate must be issued by the CAA. before an
airline can.
* a) carry passengers and/or freight for reward.
b) carry freight for reward.
c) carry fare paying passengers.
99. If a modification is carried out on an aircraft, it is entered.
a) the modification record book.
b) both aircraft and modification log books.
c) the aircraft log book.
100. Subpart F of Part M is requirement for maintenance organization
approval of the
* a) small aircraft
b) large aircraft
c) small organization
d) large organization

101. which organization (s) shall be approved according to Part 145


a) large organization
b) organization involved in the maintenance of large aircraft
c) organization involved in the maintenance of aircraft used for
commercial air transport
* d) b and c are correct
102. When the aircraft is leased, the responsibilities of the owner are
transferred to the
* a) lessee if the lessee is stipulated on the registration document.
b) CAMO if detailed in the leasing contract
c) operator
d) lesser
103. Who is responsible for aircraft pre-flight inspection?
a) The pilot-in-command only .
b) the operator.
* c) The pilot-in-command or, in the case of commercial air transport,
The operator
d) The approved maintenance organization .
104. In order to satisfy the continuing airworthiness responsibilities the
owner of an aircraft may contract the tasks associated with continuing
airworthiness to
a) A part 145 AMO.
b) An operator.
c) an AMO as specified in M.A. Subpart F
* d) an approved CAMO as specified in M.A. Subpart G .
105. In the case of commercial air transport the operator shall:
a) be approved, as part of the air operator certificate pursuant to M.A.
Subpart F for the aircraft it operates or contract such an
organizational.
* b) be approved in accordance with Part-145 or contract such an
organizational.
c) be approved in accordance with Part-145.
d) be approved, as part of the air operator certificate pursuant to M.A.

106. Occurrence reports shall be made as soon as practicable, but in any


case within:
* a) 72 hours of the person or organization identifying the condition
to which the report relates.
a) 48 hours of the person or organization identifying the condition
to which the report relates.
b) 24 hours of the person or organization identifying the condition
to which the report relates.
c) 96 hours of the person or organization identifying the condition
to which the report relates.

107. the MEL and CDL shall be taking into account:


* a) for the rectification of any defect and damage affecting safe
Operation of large aircraft or aircraft used for commercial air
transport.
b) for the rectification of any defect and damage affecting safe
operation of large aircraft.
c) for the rectification of any defect and damage affecting safe
operation of any aircraft
d) for the rectification of any defect and damage will not affecting
safe operation of large aircraft .
108. which of the following is correct.
* a) Every aircraft shall be maintained in accordance with a MP
approved by the competent authority.
b) only large aircraft shall be maintained in accordance with a MP
approved by the competent authority.
d) Large aircraft and aircraft used for commercial air transport shall
Be maintained in accordance with a MP approved by the competent
authority.
d) Only large aircraft and component there to shall be maintained in
accordance with a MP approved by the competent authority.
109. which of the following is not include MP.
a) instructions for continuing airworthiness issued by TC and STC
holders.
* b) Any instructions defined by the owner or the operator.
c) details, including frequency, of all maintenance to be carried out.
d) instructions issued by the competent authority.
110. The MP must include a reliability programmed when the MP is based.
* a) on Maintenance Steering Group logic or mainly on condition
monitoring.
b) on Maintenance Steering Group logic or mainly on condition.
c) on hard time or mainly on condition monitoring.
d) on Maintenance Steering Group logic or mainly on hard time .
111. continuing airworthiness management organization shall have .
a) MOE .
b) MTOE.
* c) CAME.
d) QAM .
112 For aircraft above 2370 kg The airworthiness review staff shall have
acquired:
a) at least 6 years experience in continuing airworthiness.
b) at least 3 years experience in continuing airworthiness.
c) at least 4 years experience in continuing airworthiness.
* d) at least 5 years experience in continuing airworthiness .

113. In the case of commercial air transport, when the operator is not
appropriately approved to Part-145:
a) the operator shall establish a written maintenance contract between the
operator and a Part-145 approved organization.
b) The aircraft base, scheduled line maintenance and engine maintenance
contracts, together with all amendments, shall be approved by the
competent authority.
c) The aircraft base, scheduled line maintenance and engine maintenance
contracts shall not necessary to be approved by the competent
authority.
* d) a and b are correct.
114. Which of the following is not part of documented review of the aircraft
records ?
a) all known defects have been corrected or, when applicable, carried
forward in a controlled manner.
b) all applicable airworthiness directives have been applied and properly
registered.
c) the flight manual is applicable to the aircraft configuration and reflects
the latest revision status.
* d) all modifications and repairs applied to the aircraft have been
Registered and are approved according to Part-M
115. An airworthiness review of the aircraft and its continuing airworthiness
records must be carried out periodically to ensure:
* a) the validity of the aircraft airworthiness certificate.
b) the validity of the CAMO certificate.
c) the validity of the aircraft CRS.
d) the validity of the organization approval certificate.
116. An aircraft in a controlled environment is an aircraft
a) continuously managed during the previous 12 months by a unique
CAMO.
b) which has been maintained for the previous 12 months by MOA.
* c) a and b are correct
d) none of the above
117. In which of the following case ARC may be issue by the CAMO.
a) For all aircraft used in commercial air transport and aircraft
above 2730 kg MTOM, except balloons, that are not in a controlled
environment.
b) For all aircraft which continuing airworthiness is managed by
a CAMO that does not hold the privilege to carry out airworthiness
reviews.
*
c) For all aircraft used in commercial air transport that are in a
Controlled environment.
d) For all aircraft above 2730 kg MTOM, except balloons that are
inot in a controlled environment

118. Whenever circumstances reveal the existence of a potential safety threat,


* a) the competent authority shall carry out the AR and issue the ARC itself.
b) the competent authority shall carry out the AR and CAMO shall issue
he ARC.
c) the CAMO shall carry out the AR and issue the ARC.
d) the CAMO shall carry out the AR and the competent authority issue the
ARC.
119. An aircraft must not fly if
a) the AR is valid.
b) the aircraft has been operated beyond the limitations of the approved
light manual.
* c) the aircraft has been involved in an accident or incident .
d) a modification or repair has been approved in accordance with Part-21.
120. ARC of imported aircraft shall be issued by
a) the CAMO.
* b) the authority.
c) the certifying staff formally approved by the competent authority.
d) the part 145 approved maintenance organization
121. ARC of imported aircraft shall be issued by
a) the CAMO.
* b) the authority.
c) the certifying staff formally approved by the competent authority.
d) the part 145 approved maintenance organization.
122. An aircraft technical log system is NOT containing the
a) the current aircraft CRS.
b) information about each flight, necessary to ensure continued flight
safety.
* c) an aircraft logbook, engine logbook(s) or engine module log cards,
propeller logbook(s) and log cards, for any service life limited
component as appropriate.
d) any necessary guidance instructions on maintenance support
arrangements.
123. Any aircraft defect that hazards seriously the flight safety shall be
rectified:
a) as soon as practicable and within any limits specified in the
maintenance data.
* b) before further flight.
c) according to the quality system manager decision.
d) all of the above.
124. An ARC becomes invalid if:
a) suspended or revoked.
b) the Airworthiness Certificate is suspended or revoked.
c) the aircraft is not on the aircraft register of a Member State.
* d) all of the above.

125. Where is the period of validity of ARC stated ?


a) On the CRS.
* b) On the ARC.
c) In the maintenance schedule.
d) all of the above.
127. For an aircraft to be ETOPS approved, it must.
a) exceed an MTOW of 5700 kg and carry more than 19 passengers.
b) carry more than 19 passengers but can be of any weight category.
* c) exceed an MTOW of 5700 kg but does not need to be public transport.
128. If an operator wishes to apply for ETOPS approval, modifications are
most likely to be Required of.
a) the aircraft design, MEL, and AMS.
b) the MEL, AMS and engineer training programmed.
* c) the aircraft design, MEL, AMS and engineer training programmed.
129. Independent and reliable electrical power should be available to an
ETOPS aircraft from at least.
a) two sources at all times.
b) one source at all times.
* c) three sources.
130. A Category 2 landing is.
a) decision height of 60 M (200ft) or more.
b) a decision height of 120 M (300ft) or more.
* c) a decision height of 30 M (100ft) or more.
131. Category 2 auto land with a decision height of 100 ft has a visual
line up approach limit of.
* a) 00 meters.
b) 500 meters.
c) 400 meters.
132. An instrument landing system requires.
* a) both airborne equipment and airport ground equipment.
b) airport ground equipment only.
c) airborne equipment only.
133. Safe operation of the aircraft is the responsibility of the.
a) part M organization.
b) owner.
* c) operator.
134. The Overhaul Manual.
a) allows you to comply with the Maintenance Schedule.
b) allows you to comply with the Maintenance Manual.
* c) allows you to repair, test or overhaul a component.

135. Condition monitoring.


* a) permits in life until failure occurs.
b) is a time lifted method of maintenance.
c) is a preventative maintenance process.
136. An aircraft operators MEL.
* a) can be more restrictive than the aircrafts MMEL.
b) can be less restrictive than the aircrafts MMEL.
c) must be the same as the aircrafts MMEL.
137. A service bulletin contains.
a) a list of maintenance tasks to be carried out on a particular aircraft.
b) information concerning the airworthiness of aircraft and are
distributed by the CAA.
* c) a detailed description of a problem and corrective action to be taken.
138. An allowable deficiency is listed in the.
a) Tech Log and Cabin Defect Log Book.
b) Tech Log and deferred defect column.
* c) Tech Log and if necessary the deferred defects column.
139. Aircraft above 5700 kg are weighed.
a) every five years.
b) two years after manufacture thereafter every five years.
* c) at manufacture then after 2 years then every 5 years after manufacture.
d) none of